I love the unlikely combination of colours! His sweater & trousers are in such soft almost feminine shades while the jacket in contrast toughens up the whole look. The three tones surprisingly play off each other so well…Perfect sartorial harmony!
i dont know which part of this outfit i love more the jacket, the jumper, the trousers, his hair this look is just amazing and it feels soo simple and not forced i think thats what i like most that it is soo relaxed and easy. i love it!
what a BEATIFUL man! nice outfit, too, although the cut of the pants needs a bit of tailoring work ;) i'd say 'yes' to the rest, though. he seems like a romantic artist. i wonder if my guess is right..
He is looking so stylish! I love the combinations of colors, textures, and accessories. I see a bit of Spring thrown in here, the transition is beginning He is a lovely young man, a model? Should be. Fantastic photography, what a background.
I love the combination of colors and textures. I'm a big fan of mixing neutrals. I also love his boots; I've been looking for a similar pair for myself. And I love that his leather jacket is double breasted. But the fit of those trousers is just killing me.
I don't see the "style" in this look. I hate the pants and the top part of the outfit looks sloppy. I don't know – I just can't find anything fashionable about this. Sorry. Usually, you pick real winners (esp. men), but this just doesn't move me.
Although some viewers might be drawn to his unassuming costume, I find the unshapeliness of the clothing really unflattering to him. (I wonder who it might flatter? The bangle over the sweater cuff and his hair both evoke his beauty as does the backdrop of the Paris street.
This is absolutely awful in every way imaginable. That fact that nothing fits well is only the beginning. I hate to be the only dissenter for the day, but I can't get on board with this one. I feel it completely misses the mark for decent fashion.
First of all, he's absolutely gorgeous! His hair looks great, the expression on his face is priceless and that bracelet must have a whole story of its own. Furthermore, I love how he rolled his leather jacket's sleeves up. Now, what I don't like are the trousers: too much "sloppiness", in my opinion. They're OK as such but not here. Probably a pair of tight (not too tight!) jeans, or something like that, would have rounded it up quite nicely.
chris rouman and others who don't like this look: sure it misses the mark for decent fashion, but it doesn't miss the mark for decent STYLE. this is HIS style and nobody else's. if everyone had the same aesthetic standard, then why bother even having a website like the sartorialist to explore our diverse takes on style? would he look better in a fitted dark suit? or straight legged jeans with a fitted leather jacket? sure. but it wouldn't be him.
I was one of the ones who didn't prefer this look, however, I do agree with the last Anonymous comment, that it is HIS style and nobody ele's…
In my humble opinion, though, when someone lays claim to having "their own style," there is some sort of consistency, or pattern, to everything they wear, over myriads of items and outfits. For example, an outfit might look random even when it really isn't, and to me, this is the difference between having style, or not..
The point being is that this outfit looks so random that it looked like he climbed out of bed and threw it together, however, I 'think' that I have seen him on this blog before, non? Chances are – this gentleman *does* have hs own style, and there was some forethought in putting it together.
I'd love his outfit if he had different pants on…. besides his awful pants, this boy looks great, even though a bit too feminine. I love the combination between the jacket and the pullover+bracelet…and I love that his shoes match his jacket and the socks match his blouse :) andrea